Nintendo making an OS?

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  1. ninzel

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    They've already made several.
     
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    So what's on their systems now is considered an OS and this is nothing new?
     
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    This is nothing new, a system in order to operate needs an OS.
     
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    What I meant was is there anything new about this specific software that suggests it 's anything different that what they've done in the past?
     
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    No, not from a quick glance. It's just the instructions for using an existing system OS. Putting it another way, what were you hoping for? An OS for the PC? Or an open Windows/Linux like OS for Wii that allows people to run programs? Neither is very likely!
     
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    But oh so wonderful if it was true!

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    I was just curious.
     
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